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The PBOC is still likely to cut banks' reserve requirement ratios to provide the market with more liquidity in the second half, as policymakers shift monetary policies to marginal loosening to offset the lack of effective demand, especially the slow recovery of consumption and investment, the 21st Century Business Herald reported citing Liu Yuanchun, the vice president of Renmin University of China. China's GDP growth may slow to 6-6.5% in Q3 and 5.4% in Q4, resulting in annual growth of about 8.2-8.5%, Liu was cited as saying. Achieve 5.5-6% growth in 2022 won't be easy, and the government should promote the implementation of key investment projects under the 14th Five-Year Plan to help stabilize growth, the newspaper said citing Liu.